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Key Call Numbers for Nanotechnology

HD 9999 .N36-.N364 Nanostructured materials industry
QC 176.8 .M5 Solid state physics, micromechanics
QC 176.8 .N35 Solid state physics, nanomechanics, nanostructures
QC611.8.N33 Nanocrystals
R 856 Biomedical engineering (includes general medical applications of nanotechnology)
R 857 .B54 Biosensors (nanotechnology finds wide application here.)
RS201.N35 Nanoparticles in medicine
T 174.7 Nanotechnology (was: Technological change)
TA 418.9 .N35 Nanostructured materials
TA 418.9 .S62 "Smart" materials
TA 1530 Nanophotonics
TK 7874.8 Molecular electronics
TK 7874.84 Nanoelectronics
TK 7874.85 Nanowires
TK 7874.88 Quantum dots
TK 7875 .M52 Microelectromechanical systems
TK 7875 .N373 Nanoelectromechanical systems

Library of Congress Subject Headings for Nanotechnology

Bionanotechnology
Fullerenes
Molecular electronics
Nanobiotechnology
Nanochemistry
Nanocrystals
(narrower term: Semiconductor nanocrystals)
Nanoelectromechanical systems
Nanoelectronics
Nanofiltration
Nanomedicine
Nanofluids
Nanophotonics
Nanoscience
Nanostructured materials
(narrower terms: Nanofibers, Nanoparticles, Nanowires)
Nanosructured materials industry
Nanostructures
Nanotechnologists
Nanotechnology ("Here are entered works on the building of machines from the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules.")
Nanotubes
Self-assembly (Chemistry)
(broader term: Self-organizing systems)
Ultrastructure (Biology)
(used for: Nanobiology)

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